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A strange man trespassed on my property.
They yielded their land to the invaders.
They broke in through the kitchen window.
He is trespassing on our private property.
He lay prostrate, ready to ambush the invaders.
A tall man intruded into my apartment with a gun.
The thief seemed to break in through a window.
It seems that the burglar broke in through an upstairs window.
The thief broke into the house while we were away.
When I was in London last year, someone broke into my room and stole my wallet.
The dogs barked furiously at the intruder.
Bill was killed by an intruder.
For what purpose did you break into the house?
The burglar gained access to the house through a window.
The thief entered through a broken window.
The burglar got in through a broken window.
The army made inroads into the neighboring country.
The kingdom was invaded by the enemy.
Computers have invaded every field.
Near the door, an elaborate metal robot -- a robot designed to keep away intruders, was standing coldly.

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